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PAC-.E LIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAIL Y 0F FICIAL B U LLETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)

Education B192, Educational Research Techniques: The second UNIVERSITY
sectin of this course is being formed, which will meet in ..omn 3022,UTOiFL
University High School, at 11 o'clock on Saturday.
Men's Educational Club meets Monday, October 14, at '7:15 P. M. in
Room .304 Michigan Union. Professors Schorling and Woody, who spent
the summer studying schools in Europe, will speak on "Innovations
Found in Experimental Schools of Europe". All men i'Aterested in edu- '
cation are urged to attend.
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PROFESSOR LEARNING T A/ ON ICATION
AT ANN ARBOR AIRPORT TALKI

Vol. XL

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1929

No. 12

NOTICES Student Volunteer Group meets Sunday, October 13, in Committee
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give' Room in Lane Hall at 9:30 A. M.
the following program Wednsday, October 16, at 4:15 o'clock. The
general public is requested to be seated on time as the doors will be
losed during numbers. For obvious reasons small children will not be Choral Union Ushers: The following men kindly report to Mr. 11.
S. Mekeel at the Box Office of Hill Auditorium between 6:00 and 6:30
allowed. The Monday, October 14th, for assignment:
- -Clifford G. Anderson James T. Lendrum
Saint Saens: Rhapsody in D; Rub nstein: Kammenoi-Ostrow (Reve J. C. Anderson T. J. Lyndon
Aug lique); Rogers: Sonata No. 1, in E minor, Allegro con brio, Adagio, Carl O. Carlson R. P. McCormick
Scherzo Interludio, Fugue; Karg-Elrt: Legend of the Mountain (Seven Clifford C. Baldwin Max A. Melick
Pastels from the Lake of Constance); Grieg: In the Morning (Peer H. M. Carapetian Sam N.Miskovich
Gynt Suite No. 1); Tschaikowsky: Marche Slave. F. C. Comins John H. Moor
Charles A. Sink Tamilton P. Easton Wm. E. Morgenroth
James Eaton Stanley E. Noll
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Attendance Garrett H. Estes Richard Norris
report cards have been sent to the different departmental offices, and Carroll C. Foster J. James Raymond
more may always be had at my oCf-le. Instructors are requested to re- Benjamin B. Gajda Edwin M. Smith
port absences in accordance with the rules printed on the backs of the John M. Galbraith Richard Spindle
cards. 1 LeRoy W. Gilger Melvin A. Steele
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean F. B. Gilmore Solph Steinberg
Philip Glennie H. C. Swenson
Notice To Freshmen: All freshmen who missed one or more of the Willoughby E. Greene Alfred R. Tapert
examinations given during Freshman Week will be required to take Robert N. Grunow Ladd J. Turek
make-up examinations. These examinations will be given Saturday Keith B. Hackett Martin Wagner
~afternoon, October 12, in Room 205 Mason Hall just above the office of Norman G. Hatchman F. Wm. Walaitis
the Registrar. Carlton M. Herman Robert Walker
Those who missed the Thursday morning examination-English- Vahram Kasabach ( Joseph R. Watson
will report at 1 P. M. Those who missed the Saturday morning exami- Dean Kirk Nathan Wise
nation-Mathematics-will report at 2 P. M. Those who missed the F. A. Lamberson George Wright
Friday morning examination-Phychological Examination-will report P. M. de LaVergne Lyle F. Zisler
at 3 P. M.
These examinations will take precedence over all other appoint- The following men kindly report to Mr. Kenneth Lundquist at Hill
ments including class work. Be on time. Auditorium Monday, October 14th, between 4:30 and 5:30 P. M. for as

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"The Mechanics of Lubrisatinn
was the topic of a talk given befor
the meeting of the local chapter of
the American Chemical Society
yesterday afternoon by R. E. Wilson,
assistant director of research for
the Standard Oil Company of In-
diana.
Mr. Wilson pointed out a nuluber
of the problems faced by those in-
terested in research work in lubri-
cation and some of the methods of
testing crank case oil in automobiles
were shown to be fallacious, par-
ticularly the testing of the oil by
rubbing it betwen the fingers.
Principally among the difficulties
faced by lubrication men in devel-
oping oil for automobile lubrication
is the finding of an oil that will
give satisfactory starting and safe
operating while the oil is new and
yet will retain sufficient viscosity
to give correct lubrication after the
oil has run a few hundred miles.
A moving picture of a glass bear-
ing operating under varying speeds
and loads concluded the lecture.
Miss Selma Lindell of the school
of education, is away this week
in Des Moines, Iowa, lecturing to a
body of mathematics teachers of
that state.
ERRILL, LYNCH & CO.
Members
New York Stock Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Cleveland Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock Exchange
New York Curb Market
Accounts Carried on Conservative Margin
Nat'l Bank Phone 4294

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Ira M. Smith
Interfraternity Council: The Interfraternity Council will meet at
4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon in room 302 of the Union for the pur-
pose of dicussion and legislation on fraternity dances. All fraternities
are urged to be present.
EVENTS TODAY
Visitors' Night, Angell Hall Laboratory: The public is invited to
visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell Hall to observe the moon
from 7:00 to 10:00 P. M. on Saturday night, October 12. Admission only
by ticket. Reservations must be made by calling the Observatory office
on Ann Street between 9:00 A. M. and 12:00 noon today.
Exhibition of Paintings by Edward W. Redfield: 1:30 P. M. to 5:00
P. M. in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers Picnic: Assemble at
East Engineering Building at 1:30 P. M. Make reservations with B. A.I
Daley, Room 3024 East Engineering Building up to 10 o'clock this
morning.
Beta Kappa Rho: Meets at 8:15 P. M. at the home of Miss Gil-
lette, 1319 Forest Avenue.
Ann Arbor Stamp Club: Meets 8:00 P. M., room 408 Romance Lan-
guage Building. First 'meeting of the year.
Craftsmen Club: ,.Meets in the large lodge room of Masonic Temple,
Fourth Avenue, at 7:30 P. M. All student Master Masons are cordially
invited.
Catholic Students Mixer at the Michigan Union, 2:30 to 5:00 P. M.
Music by Michigan Union Orchestra.
Rev. Allen J. Babcdck, Chaplain

signment:
Candidates for Doctor's Degree in Education will have preliminary
examinations October 17, 18, and 19 at 2:00 P. M., Room 4000 Univer-
sity High School. All individuals planning to take these examinations
are asked to notify Professor Clifford Woody, at once.

Prof. Harry C. Carver-
Well known on the University M
of Michigan campus as a mathe-
matician, expert golfer and ath-
lete, Prof. Harry C. Carver, of the
mathematics department is ex-
panding his versatility almost daily
at Ann Arbor Municipal Airport,
where he is learning to fly asaj
student in the Flo School of Flying,
a division of the Flo Flying Ser-
vices, Ind., which operates the Fly- 201
ing field. First

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Scalp and Blade will meet Sunday, October 13, at 2:30
Michigan Union.
O. H. Bridge
H. H. Brueckner
John C. Crissey
Russell DeJong
Harry W. Gjelsteen
Bernard Graham
Charles Hudson
Leo Knoll
Jack Luther
Edgar E. Mapes, Jr.
Elwood W. Mason
Harry E. Meyer
Carl E. Moore
J. Wallace Neighbor
H. Marvin Pollard
Henry Rottschafer
IPaul Russell
Claude B. Winter
MAYOR BOESS ASKEDj
To RETURNTO BERLIN:
Administration Involved In Graft
Regarding Manipulation Of
Contract With Firm

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COMING EVENTS
Unversity Loan Committee: Meets Monday, October 14, at
P. M. in Room 2, University Hall. All applicants for loans should
at the office of the Dean of Students for an appointment with
Committee.

2:00
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BOESS DENIES CHARGES
Phillips Scholarships: Examinations will be held October 25 and
26. Consult Professor Campbell Bonner or Professor Dunlap. Ls AsociGtedP1.ress)
________LOS ANGELES, Oct. 11.-Gus-
tav Boes mayor of Berlin, con-
School of Education: Faculty luncheon at 12:15 P. M., Tuesday, tinued to ollow his vacation sched-
October 29, in private dining room of Michigan League Building. Offs- ule here today in spite of a request'
cers and speakers of the M. E. A. meeting will be guests. 'by the city council of the German
capital that he return home imme-
Children's Rhythm Classes will be organized Saturday, October 19, ditely to deal with charges of ir-
in Barbour Gymnasium. Children from 5 to 8 years at 10:00 A. M.,regularities volving his adminis-
from 8 to 10 years at 11:00 A. M. Mothers wishing to register children tration.
call U-137. Herr Boess dismissed press re-I
cal Uports of the alleged scandal with
the statement that political ene-
Senior Engineering Class Dues will be collected Monday, October mies probably were responsible for
14, from 1 to 3 o'clock in West Engineer Building. an attempt to discredit him while
here. He said he had telegraphed
the acting mayor for particulars,
Special Activities Classes in Women's Physical Education start Mon- but had received no official advices
day, October 14. Instead of reporting to your regular class, report at cerning the status of affairs in Ber-M
that period to the corrective room in Barbour Gymnasium. lin. He denied that the city coun-
cil had power to order him home.
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